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Actors: Harrison Ford, Anne Heche, David Schwimmer, Jacqueline Obradors, Temuera Morrison Director: Ivan Reitman Rating: Features: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD, Letterboxed, Widescreen, NTSC Running Time: 98 minutes Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 Release Date: December 8, 1998 Theatrical Release Date: June 12, 1998 Studio: Walt Disney Video
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Big-screen favorite Harrison Ford stars in this nonstop adventure hit about a dream vacation that turns into a hilarious tropical nightmare! A gruff, rough-hewn cargo pilot living in the islands, Quinn Harris Ford hates tourists ... though he's not above making a fast buck from a sharp-tongued New Yorker, Robin Monroe sexy Anne Heche -- VOLCANO, WAG THE DOG, when she's desperate for a quick flight to Tahiti! But this already uneasy relationship suddenly takes a nosedive when his weather-beaten old plane is forced down in a storm! Now, stranded together on a deserted isle, Quinn and Robin quickly discover all the perils of paradise. As this mismatched pair find themselves facing danger at every turn, you're sure to find their misfortunes fueling one of Hollywood's most entertaining action-comedy hits in years!
The African Queen meets Swept Away in this sometimes labored romantic comedy by director Ivan Reitman. Fortunately, he cast an old pro in Harrison Ford, as Quinn Harris, a South Seas charter pilot who must ferry New York fashion editor Robin Monroe Anne Heche from one island to another--a hop that falls flat when they fly into a mammoth storm that causes them to crash on a deserted island. The pair resent and resist each other, until they are forced to team up to escape from the island--and some modern pirates who want their heads. If that part of the story is unconvincing, you can always focus on the smoldering comic chemistry between Heche, who displays strong comic instincts, and the ever-reliable Ford. The script is just an excuse for these two flinty characters to strike increasingly romantic sparks off each other, which is always enjoyable to watch. --Marshall Fine